Joseph A. Gregorio
Mr. Gregorio graduated in the top 5% of his class at DePaul University College of Law. He emphasized Health and Workers’ Compensation law and completed a Health Law Certificate in 2016. He was an Editor of Articles, Notes and Comments for the DePaul Law Review. He received CALI awards for the highest grade in class for several legal writing courses and Healthcare Fraud and Abuse.
Mr. Gregorio was the Wolters Kluwer Legal Scholar Winner (December 2014).
Mr. Gregorio’s prior experience included a position at The American Medical Association as a DePaul AMA Scholar Summer Intern for the Ethics Division. He conducted research and analysis on a variety of medical, ethical and legal issues and wrote articles discussing intersections of the law and medicine.
Publications - University
Physicians, Medical Marijuana, and the Law, 16 VIRTUAL MENTOR: AM. MED. ASS’N J. ETHICS (Sept. 2014)
Potential Regulations for Safeguarding Oocyte Donors, 16 VIRTUAL MENTOR: AM. MED. ASS’N J. ETHICS (Oct. 2014).
Big Sugar Tries Its “Sweet Talk” on the FDA, WOLTERS KLUWER L. & HEALTH BLOG (Dec. 19, 2014), https://health.wolterskluwerlb.com
Hatching a Plan Towards Comprehensive Regulations in Egg Donation, 65 DePaul L. Rev. (2017), https://via.library.depaul.edu/law-review
Publications - Legal
The Hidden Benefits of Temporary Alternative Work Programs: Why Every Municipality Should Have One, Illinois Municipal Review (Jan.2017), https://www.iml.org
Haze of Uncertainty: Medical Marijuana and Discrimination Claims, Illinois Municipal Review (Nov. 2018), https://www.iml.org
Western Illinois University, magna cum laude, B.S., Psychology, 2013
DePaul University College of Law, summa cum laude, J.D., Certificate in Health Care, 2016
Certified Medicare Payer Secondary Payer Professional (CMSP), 2018
Bar & Court Admissions
Workers’ Compensation Lawyers Association
Illinois Association of Healthcare Attorneys
Chicago Bar Association